13. Panoramic shot gone wrong Toward the end of 2012, Panorama mode made taking quick panoramic shots on your phone easy. By 2013, panoramic shots gone wrong were sprouting up... The post Best images of 2013 according to IMGUR appeared first on Seriously, For Real? .
Grabby Mouse was born out of the idea to design an ergonomic mouse that eliminates aching and stiff wrist after using it for long period of time. According to Aaron Cheng there are 2 main design flaws in our current mouse technology: the lack of resting place for most fingers and painful abrasion between your wrist and table surface from day to day use. This new mouse design tries to address those issues by creating more comfortable form. It’s been designed based on human hand movements, it changes the mouse into more natural extension of your hand instead of just another gadget. This new design changes the rotation of the mouse to fit perfectly under your hand and allow you to have better grip with more ergonomic movements. There’s an extended rest for wrist incorporated into this new design to reduce fatigue. Designer : Aaron Cheng Sparc MGS Watch Uses Your Wrist Movements to Activate Its Micro-Generator SPARC MGS watch from Ventura is an automatic digital
Technology can allow us to re-interpret or re-experience the world around us. The Synaesynth project by Melbourne-based designer Daniel Kerris converts color into musical sound. The system comprises a combination of hardware and software that allows the user to explore the imagined musical properties of color within the world around them, their favorite painting, or even their own face. The Synaesynth experiments loosely with the idea of “porting” one sense into another, but does so in a constricted way – conforming to musical theory in order to generate pleasurable harmonies. The rules that dictate how the output is constricted can be manipulated through function buttons that alter the pitch, scale and instrument used. Additionally, there are play and record buttons which allow the user to capture and loop keystroke patterns as well as a freezeframe button that captures and holds a given frame of video so the user can lock-in a palette of their choosing. The device runs using an Ard